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Failing Fast Forward: Learning to Build Water Systems that Last

By Joanne Lu

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Photo Credit: @R_Tee via Twenty20

For decades, we’ve heard that access to clean water changes everything. Not only does it improve the health of entire communities, it also gives women freedom to earn an income and children time to go to school, when they don’t have to spend hours walking miles every day just to gather water. That’s why global progress has been rightly celebrated: Between 2000 and 2015, 1.6 billion people gained access to clean water for the first time. Read More


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